1 Park near Adel, Georgia
May 2015 - $30.00
We stayed at Reed Bingham for a few nights, heading North from Florida. The park is easy to get to from the highway and most of the sites looked to be easily accessed. We chose a pull thru, facing the woods, which was a premium site with water, 50 amps and sewer. As with all Georgia state parks, you reserve a site type and pick one that is open when you arrive. We have a 38' fifth wheel and there were quite a few site that would accommodate us. With the sewer hookups, we didn't use the showers, but I looked at them and they were very clean. There is a dump station for those without sewer hookups. There is tree cover, but the sites aren't very private.
The park is fairly large, with a lake in the middle. There is a lot to do, hiking, biking, canoeing, picnicking. It is a fairly popular park on the weekends and they were supposed to be full the weekend we were there, but the weather kept a group of Girl Scouts away. Even still, the campground was very busy despite the weather.
This isn't a place to stay if you want nightlife or lots of dining options. We explored the area and can recommend Horse Creek Winery for the food and wine tasting.
The convenience of the park and ease of access are a plus for travelers. We would stay again, for that reason. - Uno Mas
Mar 2015 - $28.00
This park is great. All rangers and host went out of there way to make you feel welcome. There is Hiking, Biking, Kayaks canoes and bikes for rent. They have WIFI that you can pick up in the parking lot at the office. The lake looks to be great for padding plus you can go up the river and drift back into the lake. - Wink
Mar 2015 - $30.00
This is one of only two parks in the Georgia system that offer full hookup. The park is situated on the Little River and is a beautiful place to stay for those who love the outdoors. There are essentially two camping loops with well-maintained paved roads. Loop A is primarily 30 amp for smaller campers and tents and loop B is all 50 amp intended for larger rigs but...we did see a few tent campers.
The restrooms are either new or recently remodeled. They were simply spotless. The work campers were friendly, attentive, and cared about the job they were doing including repainting all picnic tables.
You have ready access to kayak, canoe, and john boats (no motors) for use on the Little River. This park has huge picnic shelters and a nice sandy beach. We also noted that they have seasonal gatherings like an arts and crafts fair during which occupancy surges.
This is definitely a park that we will visit again and would most assuredly stay longer when our travel plans allow. For us, this is a "fav." - Moe and Flo are on the go